I'm also in the chrono Duo camp. That being said, the the spherotourb with the massive bridge is something to look at in wonder. For a brand that has a firm stake in the Reverso, an otherwise seemingly classic, yet simple watch, JLC has the chops to routinely wow us with high complications. Big
It is, but it's been a good constraint to have. Having to stick with one watch per brand, forces me to find what appeals most (to me) out of each brand and evaluate on that criteria. In addition, I get to try a lot different things, get out of my comfort zone, all the while discovering what I really
When I first started collecting, I got very deep into a particular brand and told my self that I should branch out. Since, I stuck to a one watch per brand (at any one time) rule. As tastes and motivations change, it might be time to stay in a lane again.
About six months ago, I purchased my first ALS, a pink gold 1815 Up/Down. I am usually a larger, chunky, technical watch wearer. This would be outside my comfort zone. But, I really admired Lange for what they do. The 1815 gave me a new appreciation for smaller and simple. I love it. So much so, tha
I almost wonder if DB suffered more than most during the Covid shutdown... Watchbox has a vested interest in the brand and would want it to thrive. As much as I like what Watchbox brings in terms of education, and exposure to the market, I can't help but think that they are tastemakers and are pulli